THE PIG–at Harlyn Bay

THE PIG–at Harlyn Bay, Padstow

This 15th-century mansion combines oodles of character and original features with a zeitgeisty emphasis on local produce and easy dining

Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen

Outlaw's Fish Kitchen, Port Isaac, Cornwall

With just five tables squeezed into a tiny 15th-century fisherman’s cottage, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen is undoubtedly one of the smallest restaurants in the South West, but man, does it punch above its weight

St Enodoc Hotel

Guy Owen, St Enodoc Hotel

With coastal views, beautiful fabrics, and ceramics by The Cornish Potter, privately-owned St Enodoc Hotel is the epitome of seaside chic

Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa

Fistral Beach Hotel and Spa, Newquay

This grown-ups-only hotel and restaurant in Newquay has a luxury resort vibe, thanks to its incredible views, contemporary styling and rock-star extras

The Cove Restaurant and Bar

The Cove Restaurant and Bar, Falmouth food

Just a stone’s throw from the foodie hub of Falmouth lies Maenporth Beach, a beautiful bay of golden sand and turquoise water that’s also home to Michael Caines’ relaxed coastal eatery

Gylly Beach Cafe

Gylly Beach Cafe, Falmouth oysters

Azure waters, soaring gulls and paddleboarders in the bay are just a few of the uplifting sights to drink in when lunching at Gylly Beach Cafe

The Victoria Inn

The Victoria Inn, Penzance

This bubblegum-pink pub in the coastal village of Perranuthnoe is one of Cornwall’s oldest inns, yet it’s where chef manager Matthew Rowe is turning out some of the best contemporary cooking in the county

The Barley Sheaf

The Barley Sheaf, St Austell

The Barley Sheaf has built a cracking reputation for well-executed dishes which perfectly reflect the surrounding seascape and countryside

Outlaw’s New Road

Outlaws New Road, Port Isaac, Cornwall

Nathan Outlaw’s eponymous restaurant in Port Isaac is in the midst of a new era in which precise and delicate tasting menus have been replaced by a more casual dining experience